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TRINIDAD- Trinidad City officials are asking local residents to select which short and long term projects the city should work on moving forward.

Citizens recently shared nearly 140 ideas of their preferred city goals at an open meeting. Some of those ideas include increasing the presence of law enforcement, limiting vacation rentals and preparing for sea level rise. From now until May...

EUREKA- State officials want your opinion on a newly proposed order to regulate marijuana cultivation on private property.

The North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board held a workshop in Eureka on Thursday that outlined the proposed order.  Public input was collected as well. Board officials say the regulations were put forward due to the increasing negative environmental...

EUREKA- The Measure Z Citizens’ Advisory Committee finalized its recommendations to the Humboldt County Board of Supervisors on Thursday.

Those recommendations include $3.5 million for the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office to hire 30 more positions, $2.6 million to the Humboldt County Fire Chief’s Association for fire equipment, $1.5 million to the Humboldt County District Attorney’s...

EUREKA- A trial date has been set for the man accused of murdering a Saint Bernard’s priest in the beginning of last year.

On Thursday, at a review hearing, Judge John Feeney set the trial date for Gary Bullock for October 13th at 8:30 a.m. There will be a pre-trial hearing on September 2nd at 2 p.m. in the afternoon and a trial confirmation hearing on September 30...

EUREKA- College of the Redwoods has appointed an interim president after the Redwoods Community College District Board of Trustees made a unanimous selection.

The board selected Dr. Keith Snow-Flamer to be the Interim President and Superintendent of the school effective July 1 until June 30 of next year.  Dr. Snow-Flamer is the current President of Instruction and Student Development at...

EUREKA- Local students interested in a career in transportation have the chance to win a $750 scholarship.

Caltrans will award the scholarship to one high school senior or a first or second year college student on the North Coast.  Students must write an essay and fill out an application for the chance to win.  Caltrans will review each applicant’s career goals, GPA, extracurricular...

ARCATA - It’s water week and the city of Arcata is getting local businesses involved to help promote water education.

The city is focusing on local water resources and conservation with a “water fun facts” contest. Participants receive a paper passport that gets stamped at various businesses after reading an informational poster and answering a related question. Questions range from how...

EUREKA - America’s favorite old-fashioned big top circus is coming to town and part of the proceeds will go to local fire victims. 

Thursday morning, Skeeter the clown made a special visit to Pine Hill Elementary in Eureka to show the students magic and get them excited about the circus. The Rio Dell Volunteer Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary is partnering with the Culpepper &...